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Molina Healthcare Overview
Molina Healthcare Reviews
I worked at Molina Healthcare full-time (More than 10 years)
The co-workers were great! But many of them were laid off.
Higher ups don t care for the employees but the nickle they can save
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Molina Healthcare Interviews
Experience 182 Ratings
Getting an Interview 188 Interview Reviews
Difficulty 182 Ratings
ACTT Team RN Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at Molina Healthcare in February-2017.
Participated in an interview for a salaried position at a local office. I was interviewed by the immediate supervisor. Interview questions were relevant to position, nothing off-the-wall. She seemed interested in me as a candidate and four days later I was contacted by corporate with a job offer. I am accepting the position.
- Give an example of a time when you dealt with a difficult patient and how you handled the situation.
Tell me one of your weaknesses and what you have done in order to overcome that weakness. Answer Question
Molina Healthcare recently sponsored a panel event for national Make a Difference day with Claflin University’s Minority Association of Pre-Med Students. David Irizarry, Community Engagement Specialist, shared some heartfelt career advice with the students: Prepare yourself to lead a transformation that leaves a permanent impact for generations to come. Fall in love with whatever you do and approach it with passion from within and the rest will fall into place.
Claflin University celebrated national Make A Difference Day on Oct. 20 with more than 300 students from the Orangeburg Consolidated School District 5 High School of Health Professions. The students heard from a panel of local health care providers, with panelists discussing issues and the myriad of career opportunities in the health care industry.
Molina Healthcare announced the kick-off of its second annual Molina HOPE coat drive in Michigan to help children and adults in need. During the nine-week drive, which began Monday, Molina and its partners will collect new coats at numerous drop-off sites across the state, with the goal of collecting 7,000 child and adult-sized coats prior to the conclusion of the drive on Monday, Nov. 27.
Molina Healthcare announced the kick-off of its second annual Molina HOPE coat drive in Michigan to help children and adults in need stay warm this winter. During the nine-week drive, which began Monday, Molina and its partners will collect new coats at numerous drop-off sites across the state.